Earning the right to succeed the family business
Shinichi Sashou has been trained in metal casting since he turned 18, and took over his family’s jewelry business as the third-generation owner at the age of 30. His grandfather made obi clasps and ornamental hairpins while his father, the second generation business owner, provided jewelry to department stores. In addition to creating original pieces, the third-generation Sashou’s main business is repairing and processing jewelry in his store, and he responds to requests from all over Japan.
Particular focus on remodeling repairs, where no two requests are the same
No two requests are the same in remodeling repairs. Being able to bring out the very best of the materials and provide the best experience for the wearer are the strengths of Mr. Sashou’s and his twenty years of experience. He believes in providing the best possible professional repair while understanding the client’s sentiments.
Traditional techniques nurtured in the downtown area are also highly valued on the big stage
About 10 years ago, he produced ornaments for musicals. He also works on props for cosmetics advertisements and movies, and his expertise and exceptional skills are highly regarded in various fields.